Infrastructure & Records

The Infrastructure and Records Office is responsible for the facility condition  assessment and inspection of all buildings and infrastructure at the three George Mason University campuses, and the history files and records for those assets. Examples of the files and records include the final project as-built drawings, and equipment and material submittals and catalog cuts. The Office works closely with the other Physical Plant departments, especially Contracts and Operations, to verify the accuracy of project scope and documentation.

Our Collections

The Facilities Archives holds architectural and engineering drawings, specifications, studies, maintenance manuals, shop drawing, construction submittals, and other related construction and maintenance project documentation regarding GMU buildings and property.

Requesting or Transferring Records

Requests should include:

  • What records are needed
  • Why these records are needed
  • How soon do they need to be delivered and in what format
  • Generally requests are responded to in 24 hour period
  • Use the Information Request Form to place a request for records or contact:

Matt Logie, Plans and Records Manager
Phone: 703-993-5812
Email: mlogie@gmu.edu

Requesting GIS Data or Maps

Use the Information Request Form  to place a request for GIS maps or contact:

Brett Spencer, GIS Technician
Phone: 703-993-3597
Email: bspence7@gmu.edu

Transferring Records

  • Facilities Archives only collects “record” documents and other select construction project documentation
  • Notify the Plans and Records Manager (contact information above) prior to transferring any records
  • Complete a Transmittal Form inventorying all records for transfer (digital and hardcopy)
  • Box and prepare hardcopy records for pick-up.

 

Building Name Index  is an index of building numbers, names, alternative names, former names and original construction project names.

Please contact the Plans and Records Manager (Matt Logie) for details on any files, forms, standards, or procedures:
703-993-5812 or email: mlogie@gmu.edu.